Vietnamese music in 90s goes on YouTube

VietNamNet Bridge – People worldwide now can enjoy Vietnamese music on YouTube by Phuong Nam Film, one of the HCM City’s leading music, film producers and distributors. Hundreds of shows and programmes on contemporary music, mostly produced by film studios and music producers in HCM City in the 1990s, have been redistributed on YouTube to meet the demand of fans for the upcoming Lunar New Year holiday, according to Phuong Nam Film.    Highlighted shows, including Pop-Rock Sai Gon 92, Trinh Cong Son – Chim Duoi Con Mua (Trinh Cong Son-In the Rain) and Don Xuan 1994 (Welcome Spring 1994), feature singers, musicians and composers who played a role in the country’s contemporary music scene. Live shows of pop stars My Linh, Hong Hanh, Cam Ly, Thu Minh, and the pop bands Ba Con Meo (Three Cats) and Den Trang (Black-White) have been distributed on VHS tapes and are still top hits among fans today. The other productions are also being distributed on VHS tapes. “We decided to share these productions on YouTube because we know that many Vietnamese at home and abroad love listening to Vietnamese music in the 1990s,” said Phan Mong Thuy, director of Phuong Nam Film, the copyright owner. V-pop V-pop or nhac tre (youth music) is a musical genre of Vietnamese music from the 1990s to now. It was creative and innovative in the last 20 years and appeals not only to locals but fans in Cambodia, Laos and Thailand. In 1995, V-pop helped to… [Read full story]


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